Dr. Morris makes an important point about the necessity for security as we continue to move into a world where the information in an app will decide whether we can enter a stadium, or board a plane. How secure is that information?… Read More
See, the question that should be asked is how AT&T can afford to give users all the video streaming they want over their network for HBO Max, but forces caps on all of its users for their internet usage.
Clearly, their network can handle the traffic of unlimited video streaming, so why do we let them use these excuses to limit access to the internet?… Read More
Full disclosure. I am a paid customer of LastPass. I have been for a number of years now. Why? Because this is one piece of technology that is worth paying for. There may be some other options out there that give you what you want for free, and there are, obviously, other paid solutions out there as well.… Read More
One of the things our current pandemic situation has created is a lot more understanding of just how well much of our work can get done away from the office. Those of us who are continuing to work while our … Read More
I’m sure by now most of my readers have seen warning after warning about how phishers and hackers are taking advantage of our current situation. As more people find themselves working in odd situations, and with unfamiliar tools, they’re trying … Read More
Why Section 230 Matters And How Not To Break The Internet; DOJ 230 Workshop Review Part I The True Cost of Manual Ediscovery: Part One Mental Health in the workplace Mobile Collection: It’s Not Just for iPhones Anymore, Part Four … Read More
Morgan Stanley CEO: The economic case for addressing our mental health crisis Google Chrome to start blocking downloads served via HTTP Mobile Collection: It’s Not Just for iPhones Anymore Ransomware Attacks Predicted to Occur Every 11 Seconds in 2021 with … Read More